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Paper: Netflix’s Transition to High-Availability Storage Systems

A while ago, Sid Anand[1] has written a series of posts on challenges of a hybrid solution: Oracle - Amazon SimpleDB. This has become now a paper which offers a much better organized and detailed view on Netflix’s transition to using a hybrid Oracle - Amazon Web Services (SimpleDB, S3) architecture.

Go read the ☞ paper if one of these applies:

  • interested in Amazon SimpleDB and SimpleDB best practices
  • interested in running an on-premise and cloud hybrid architecture
  • interested in architecting a multi data source system

  1. Siddharth “Sid” Anand, Netflix cloud engineer, @r39132  ()

Original title and link: Paper: Netflix’s Transition to High-Availability Storage Systems (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)